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Go Away Big Green Monster Activities

Here are a bunch of great “Go Away Big Green Monster!” activities for your child based on the book by Ed Emberley.

Go Away Big Green Monster Activities

B is going through a phase of having bad dreams and issues with “scary” things so I’m hoping that by reading the story and participating in some of these activities, that he will be able to tell those “scary things” to go away!

Here are a few that I’m excited to try:

Go Away Big Green Monster Playdough Activity from Walking by the Way

Visual Discrimination Activity from Making Learning Fun

Green Monster Sensory Tub from Mommy and Me Book Club

Sequence Cards from Making Learning Fun

M is for Monster from Izzie, Mac and Me

Math Game

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4 Comments

  • Reply Jenny

    We’ve never read this book, but it looks cute!

    October 23, 2009 at 1:27 am
  • Reply Mama Ruck

    When I taught preschool the children would ‘build’ the monster along with the book using construction paper cut outs. The teacher did the cutting beforehand using the book as a pattern. It was a rare project that we cut out pieces for the children to glue, but this one was worth it. The kids really enjoyed the book and activity.

    October 23, 2009 at 4:09 am
  • Reply Christina

    Those do sound like a lot of fun. My son loves this book. I did a review on my blog about it, I hope it’s alright that I added a link to your site!
    Christina
    http://iwritechildrensbooks.blogspot.com

    March 5, 2010 at 8:58 pm
  • Reply Mrs. U

    This book is wonderful! My husband was activated and sent to Bosnia when our boys were 2 & 5. My youngest son invented an invisible friend “Visable”, we fought bad dreams constantly, & the closet became our enemy. He found Go away big green monster at our weekly library visit. It did wonders! Maybe because he was in control of whether the monster came back or not, I don’t know but it was a blessing!

    January 29, 2013 at 5:18 pm
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